Category: Evening News

Coronation Vendors Demand Improved Security

Vendors at the Coronation Market in downtown Kingston, are calling on the Kingston and St. Andrew Corporation, KSAC and the West Kingston Police to improve security at...

Row Over PM’s Aborted National Address

A row has broken out between the opposition JLP and the governing PNP, after Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller aborted a scheduled address to the nation last evening....

A National Shame – Munroe

Executive Director of National Integrity Action, Professor Trevor Munroe, says the Jamaican people should have been the ones leading the call for the IMF to relax the...

Christie Criticizes Bunting, Golding

Tough talking former Contractor General, Greg Christie, is criticizing Cabinet Ministers Mark Golding and Peter Bunting, for what he says is their brazen resistance to...

Kamla Threatened?

The acting Police Commissioner in Trinidad and Tobago, Stephen Williams, is expected to make an address to the nation this evening, in response to an alleged threat...

202 Murdered in Western Ja in 2015

It’s been a bloody first half of the year for the Western parishes of St. James, Westmoreland and Hanover. All three parishes have recorded major spikes in...

Drought Could Force Higher Agricultural Prices

The Chief Executive Officer of the Rural Agricultural Development Authority, RADA, Lenworth Fulton, is warning consumers to brace for higher prices for fresh farm...

JCC Wants Special Divestment Trust

The Jamaica Chamber of Commerce, JCC, is proposing that the government establish a special Trust, to implement the mass divestment of state owned assets. In a statement...

Justice Minister vexed with US Trafficking Report

The Justice Ministry is challenging a claim by the US State Department that Jamaican police personnel may be complicit in the recruitment of children and adults into the...

Wasted Years of Public Sector Reform

The Simpson-Miller administration is being accused of wasting three years in the push to reform and modernize the public sector. The criticism came at a press conference...